Carnival-Shop.cz - costumes for every occasion
A new costume store has recently opened in the Prague center
A new costume store, Carnival-Shop.cz, has recently opened in the Prague center. It’s conveniently located at the Wenceslas Square, a few steps Muzeum metro stop.
Carnival-Shop.cz offers a variety of costumes, masks, and accessories, and features a section with party decor. You’ll find all kinds of themed costumes, from pirate, Hawaii, to disco, Western and the sexier of costumes, although the store specializes in Halloween and horror attire.
The Halloween section features vampire, zombie, and butcher costumes and masks that go beyond scary. Accessories include fake blood, spider webs, tombs, skulls and vampire fangs.
Maybe you’re just looking for a wig? We have everything from afro-style hair to historical, party and sexy wigs in a wide palette of colors, including the more daring shades of pink, green and purple!
The Carnival-Shop.cz also offers seductive wear. The most popular costumes include police uniforms, bunny dresses, pirate/sailor attire and, of course, the nurse set in about ten different variations.
The staff is excited about helping you find the right combination to fit your theme. We’re expat-friendly and all speak English.
Might you be planning for Halloween or any other occasion, Carnival-Shop has it all, from funny, to scary and sexy. Make it your number-one stop this October!
Wenceslas Square 64, Prague 1 (in the courtyard)
Mon - Fri: 10:30 - 18:30
Saturday: 12:30 - 18:30
+420 222 230 537
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